regieren, bestimmen, beherrschen, steuern, leiten, verwalten, beeinflussen
Verb(1) bring into conformity with rules or principles or usage; impose regulations(2) direct or strongly influence the behavior of(3) exercise authority over; as of nations(4) require to be in a certain grammatical case, voice, or mood
(1) State laws and regulations govern the profession of nursing.(2) Complex laws and regulations govern the cancellation of debts once soldiers leave the service, he said.(3) men would give in to passion and become unable to govern themselves(4) Of course, other regulators and legislation govern these products, but voluntary regulation will never be as forceful as the statutory requirements.(5) This view is consistent with the general rule that has been set by the Supreme Court to govern those cases where religious beliefs conflict with secular laws.(6) he does not have the ability to govern himself or others successfully(7) Within the limits of the laws and regulations that govern our work, we seek to provide the highest level of customer service.(8) It was a time of considerable turmoil in the cities and it was to govern the state with a fair, but at the same time, a firm hand.(9) The report continues to state that the same sort of regulations that control tobacco should govern marijuana.(10) Thus when practised, Communism has often resulted in the exploitation of the individual as a servant to the state and those who govern the state have gained much.(11) The standards and procedures that should govern this case on remand are not for us to resolve in the first instance.(12) While controlling some things that govern our lives we acknowledge the existence of other forces about which we can do little or nothing.(13) It governs the organisation and operations of the Olympic Movement and stipulates the conditions for the celebration of Olympic Games.(14) The new regulation governing the regime was finally agreed at the beginning of November and it will come into effect from January 1, 2002.(15) Education was the means by which elites could pacify the people as a collective, rendering them governable through moral suasion.(16) There are no straight-forward villains, merely morally ambiguous characters who are drawn into an increasingly complex world that is governed by events beyond their control.
(1) to govern :: zu regieren
1. rule ::
2. determine ::
3. order ::
1. lose ::
Different Formsgovern, governable, governed, governing, governs
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